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Old 10-20-2014, 10:35 AM   #1
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Any one know of any reasonable rv parks in the San Diego area? We have o son there and would like to spend some time there this winter? Thanx
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Old 10-20-2014, 11:26 AM   #3
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We really liked Santee Lakes. It's not near the ocean but very nicely done. Anything near the water gets pretty expensive.

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What do you consider "reasonable"?
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Old 10-20-2014, 12:12 PM   #5
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Check out San Diego County Parks. Camping Park Information
We have stayed at Sweetwater several times.
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Old 10-20-2014, 12:21 PM   #6
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Any thing under $1,500 per month.
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Old 10-20-2014, 12:36 PM   #7
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Any thing under $1,500 per month.
With that we recommend Mission Bay RV Resort. Stayed there last December over Xmas on our way to AZ.

$1,275 month for a Bay view site. Centrally located to visit San Diego.

San Diego, CA Mission Bay RV Resort Park Map Rates
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Old 10-20-2014, 01:09 PM   #8
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We spent 5 4th of July weekends at Mission Bay back when it was called De Anza. Mostly paved areas, but spaces were very large. Great location for seeing San Diego. Chula Vista RV Park on San Diego Bay in Chula Vista is also nice, not sure of rate, but similar. Nice park next door to walk dogs.

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Old 10-20-2014, 02:27 PM   #9
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Here's another vote for Chula Vista RV resort. I believe the sites start at $1000mo. Very nice and a pretty good fitness center. I also liked Santee Lakes, but it's a different type of campground.
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We stayed at Santa Fe Park RV Resort for a few days, we loved the place. Just did a quick check, the posted rate ont their website is $775/month, seems like a deal since we paid $80/night when we stayed.
http://www.santafepark.com/
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In the late 1990's we lived for a couple of years at San Diego KOA (actually Chula Vista), I believe at that time they were the only ones allowing long term. Chula Vista RV Marina is also very nice as mentioned above.

This is a portion of the information on the San Diego KOA website:
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Would you like to call San Diego home this winter? Many of our guests know that the San Diego KOA is a great place to spend the winter. Other guests find that we are the perfect headquarters for those working short-term contract jobs in the area. Conveniently located between the 805 and 5 freeways for easy commuting access, consider the San Diego KOA for your extended stay in Southern California.

Extended stay rates are available from September through June for 1 to 2 adults with a 9-month stay limit. Call to make your reservation today! (619) 427-3601
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When our son was stationed in San Diego we stayed east of town in the Thousand Trails park - Pio Pico. About 1/2 hour or so drive to get to his house in Spring Valley or to Coronado, without traffic.
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Mission Bay is in a great location and clean. They have some different rules about mh age and length of stay so check it out. They fill up over holidays so make your reservation early. Can't beat the location and there is so much to do in the area. Balboa park is great.
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The best kept secret in SD is Bernardo Shores. It's an adult park next to the Bay, right on the edge of Imperial Beach & Coronado. I've stayed at Mission Bay RV (never again) & Chula Vista RV (which would be my second choice) also. I would not consider the sites at Mission Bay spacious by any means. Heard good things about some of the inland parks, like Santee Lakes, but in SD, I want the benefit of the proximity of the ocean. Bernardo Shores gives me that, plus so much more.
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